Emotional Support & Crisis Help
Please know that you are not alone and there is help out there. If you or a loved one are experiencing a current mental or medical health emergency or crisis, please use the following resources and get the help you need.
All children are accepted, regardless of insurance or ability to pay.
Emergency Crisis & Support Resource
A list of crisis phone numbers and resources
Mental Health Path Counseling Services Program
Providing Access to Healing (PATH) is United Way of Sheboygan County’s focus area under the health building block. Partnering with Mental Health America in Sheboygan County and Ozaukee Community Therapies LLC, the program places licensed mental health professionals for students at several middle and high schools in Sheboygan County. PATH provides treatment and coping skills for students and their families struggling with common issues such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, and relationship stresses among others common to students today. If you'd like more information about how to recieeve services, contact your child's school counselor
Sheboygan County Mental Health America Agency
Having trouble finding help? Finding it difficult to navigate the"systems" to get
the help you or a loved one needs? Looking for a therapist or mental health professional? Do you have questions about mental health topics and/or resources? If you are finding yourself wondering about any of the questions above, please don't hesitate to reach out to us today!
WIRCO: Alcohol & Drug Addiction Resources
WIRCO seeks to establish and sustain a Recovery Community Organization and Center that embraces all pathways to recovery and support all individuals impacted by the disease of addiction through education and coaching, programming, referrals, and advocacy.
Directory of Community Resources
A 140 page guide to ALL of Sheboygan County's support services and resources
Lakeshore Community Health Care
Is a patient centered medical home. We provide primary and preventive medical, behavioral health, dental care and pharmacy services. New patients are always welcome. We believe everyone has a right to quality health care, regardless of insurance status or income level. Our skilled providers focus on each patients' unique needs.
Plymouth St. Vincent DePaul
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Plymouth, also known as VINNIES, is a “conference” of people from the community caring for and addressing the needs of our poor and suffering neighbors and friends.
Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center was established in 1997 as a nonprofit organization to help families in our community. We focus on two prevention-based, education programs: Parents as Teachers for parents and children ages 0–3 and Literacy Council for adults 18 years and older. We offer a “warm line” referral service where anyone can call or stop by to get answers and connected to community resources. Knowledgeable staff members provide information and make referrals to other county agencies when needed.
Plymouth Food Pantry
We serve the residents of the Northwestern portion of Sheboygan County. The area served includes all eligible residents of the Plymouth and Elkhart Lake school districts as well as the communities of Cascade, Waldo, Greenbush and Glenbeulah. Our guidelines allow any household earning less than 185% of the poverty level (established by the federal government) to receive food from the Plymouth Food Pantry.
Plymouth Community Education
Community Education is a centered process in a community that attempts to balance and coordinate available resources which fulfill basic life-long human needs. It enables local residents to help themselves solve their own problems and help create their own opportunities for personal and collective growth.
Many people think of Community Education merely as the classes offered at the school, for adults, after the close of the regular school day. While this is an important part of it, Community Education is actually much more than this.
Sheboygan Mission Statement Our mission - Guided by the love of Jesus and biblical principles The Salvation Army in Sheboygan will address various human needs, empower individuals toward self-sufficiency, and share the Gospel using quality outreach programs and an established church, serving our community with compassion, respect and fairness.
Suicide Prevention Tri-Fold Resource
This wallet-sized tri-fold card shares the warning signs and local contact information if you believe someone you know may be suicidal. Don't hesitate to connect them to resources and ask the question!
SOS (Signs of Suicide) Supports and
Information for Parents
Suicide information presentation for parents given by the
Plymouth School District